Venom Volleyball Accident – Has died!

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Venom Volleyball Accident –  A Goodyear volleyball club is asking the local area for help after an accident left one of their players dead and a few others harmed while the group was going through Texas. Three families from the Venom Volleyball Club were heading out from Goodyear to Austin, Texas, to contend in a public qualifier competition when their vehicle hit dark ice and let completely go, colliding with a semi-truck.

The group’s mentor, Jimmy Gonzalez, says the group resembles a family. Gonzalez established the club 12 years prior. His crew for 17 and 18-year-olds had a competition in Austin this end of the week, and the young ladies and their families intended to fly out for the games. Be that as it may, extreme climate conditions dropped many flights.

Gonzalez says three of the families chose to make the drive to Austin. He says on the way, their SUV hit dark ice, let completely go, and hit a semi-truck head-on. “There were three young ladies from the group, three mothers from the group, and afterward there was a sister,” said Gonzalez.

A significant winter storm with a huge number of Americans in its way is spreading precipitation, freezing precipitation, and weighty snow further the nation over.

As per The Kimble County Sheriff’s Office, the mishap happened Thursday night on the U.S. 377 North in Texas. Representatives said a sum of seven individuals were in the SUV, and five of them were catapulted.

The club says one player kicked the bucket in the accident. Two different players were truly harmed, and a previous graduated class going with the group was additionally harmed yet in stable condition. One of the mothers going with the group is recuperating from her wounds in the emergency clinic.

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